Ask for Insurance

It may seem unnecessary at first, but it is actually very important that you make sure that you only choose to work with cleaning companies who are bonded and insured. There are many instances where cleaners get injured one way or another as they go about their jobs, especially when they’re working on hazardous areas such as the roof or high windows in houses or office buildings. When the unfortunate event does happen, you don’t want to be the one paying for their hospital bills or worse, be responsible for their demise. Thus, be sure to ask if the cleaning company is insured, and if they’re not, consider looking for another cleaning company or building caretaker services to hire instead.